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Gardening blogs from Aug 2020

Full Potential for the Bank holiday.

I posted photo's of my back garden ,a little while ago,but I think the Dahlia's ,Zinnia's,and...

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bloomer

30 Aug, 2020
Bloomer

Creating space in the borders.

Some of you will know that I am guilty of overplanting (and then some!), so I thought...

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anget

30 Aug, 2020
Anget

And the next!

Well, I did say I would have a new project, and there it was, staring me in the face....

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spritzhenry

29 Aug, 2020
Spritzhenry

Collection of photos various parts of the garden taken this evening when the downpours ceased.

Since our drenching today,the plants have certainly perked up and look refreshed....

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meadowland

27 Aug, 2020
Meadowland

Reiteration of Shirley's blog re: New Gardening Programme.

I seem to be hooked by Diarmud's new series...I do hope the BBC shows more of the...

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meadowland

27 Aug, 2020
Meadowland

A question of roses.

It's been an interesting summer weather-wise (again) for the plants in the garden....

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anget

27 Aug, 2020
Anget

new joint page

Hi back to rejoin with lady friend on joint account , my last account I couldn't...

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paulrija1

27 Aug, 2020
Paulrija1

Making life easier!

That's the plan for this small area at the end of our back garden. It used to be...

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shirley_tulip

26 Aug, 2020
Shirley_tulip

A wander round a pretty village.

Lee is a small but very pretty village not far from Ilfracombe but a world apart...

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wildrose

26 Aug, 2020
Wildrose

Relax for half an hour a day ...

If you feel there just aren't enough gardening programmes on TV, take a look at...

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shirley_tulip

25 Aug, 2020
Shirley_tulip

Okay !! .. So what is going on ???

Not complaining folks but just had to say my archive lists have all just appeared...

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lincslass

25 Aug, 2020
Lincslass

Memories of yesterday

Yesterday was such a glorious day, with the really brilliant light that often comes...

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Janey

25 Aug, 2020
Janey

Summer of 2020

I haven't been around much lately, sorry I've missed many of your blogs and photos,...

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hywel

25 Aug, 2020
Hywel

My next project.

Yes. I suppose I am not happy unless I do have a project to plan and keep me busy...

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spritzhenry

25 Aug, 2020
Spritzhenry

😮🚶‍♀️Has Cottagekaren gone again😟🚶‍♀️

I noticed today Karen has deleted her account.....anyone know what’s going on please..I...

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Dottydaisy2

24 Aug, 2020
Dottydaisy2

Sad news

I can’t quite believe it, but CottageKaren seems to have deleted her account. She...

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sheilabub

23 Aug, 2020
Sheilabub

Before the storm !

Hello my GOY friends, I thought I would show you my summer garden to remind myself...

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rose1949

23 Aug, 2020
Rose1949

Mini blog

The first project of the year was to alter the border edge in the drive.If you remember...

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meadowland

22 Aug, 2020
Meadowland

Pictures of my Caithness Garden

Hello Everyone, I have finally got round to posting pictures of my Caithness Garden...

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bainliam

21 Aug, 2020
Bainliam

Before the downpour, we had a warm, balmy August...

I enjoyed the beginning of August, driving around Lincolnshire, from the Humber bridge...

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kate123

16 Aug, 2020
Kate123

Gardening with moths in mind

Since lockdown my daughter has completed her Wildlife conservation degree and we...

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seaburngirl

15 Aug, 2020
Seaburngirl

"Mad Lavender"

This morning, because I was bored of the grey outside and looking at the same four...

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anget

15 Aug, 2020
Anget

A few photos from the garden today between the showers.

As I was walking around today, I could feel a sense of Autumn.The leaves are starting...

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meadowland

15 Aug, 2020
Meadowland

🏝🏖🌱Our Jungle🏝🏖🌱

When we moved here 20 years ago..this was the concreted side entrance to a ridiculously...

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Dottydaisy2

14 Aug, 2020
Dottydaisy2

Garden House 2020

Last Sunday was a day I had been waiting and looking forward to. My little trip to...

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daveymad

13 Aug, 2020
Daveymad

Reprise...

Nature always triumphs… don’t plant grass… if it has bugs call in the birds, or heave...

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Lori

13 Aug, 2020
Lori

Lockdown Veggie Growing

I've had more time to spend on the plants being at home for such a long time. We've...

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thorneyside

12 Aug, 2020
Thorneyside

Seeds of Terror

https://youtu.be/rvwBusTGHy0 Just to warn any of you if you recieve any free seeds...

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thrupennybit

12 Aug, 2020
Thrupennybit

Silk between figs

Hello, hope everyone is enjoying the summer! I have a fig tree which is giving me...

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fuzexi

11 Aug, 2020
Fuzexi

🙍🏼🙎🏼‍♀️🙆 It just has to go🤦🏼🤦‍♀️🙆

Ten years ago, we......well I ......purchased a tulip tree (Liriodendron) for the...

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Dottydaisy2

10 Aug, 2020
Dottydaisy2

🙆🤦‍♀️🤦🏼Thinking about the future🤷🏼🙆💁‍♀️

As we sat in the garden this morning having a coffee......surveying our garden.....and...

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Dottydaisy2

10 Aug, 2020
Dottydaisy2

Evening light.

I feel Autumn is on its way. The evening light on the borders is very soothing...

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anget

9 Aug, 2020
Anget

Late summer warmth.

As well as the heat in the garden (we only managed to work until lunchtime today...

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anget

9 Aug, 2020
Anget

🌱🌹 Our Lockdown Border🌱🌹

This is a small area outside our back door ..and overlooked from our conservatory....it...

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Dottydaisy2

9 Aug, 2020
Dottydaisy2

Agapanthus

I’m beyond excited this one is flowering but ones I have in a pot haven’t.So what...

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gerardine

6 Aug, 2020
Gerardine

The Dove Saga goes on!

This morning I noticed one of the babies was looking rather sick.There was a large...

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meadowland

5 Aug, 2020
Meadowland

Brugmansia

Not a lot of flowers yet but more in bud to come out. At evening time it has a wonderful...

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thrupennybit

4 Aug, 2020
Thrupennybit

Decisions have to be made even when we don't like them....

The plum tree in our garden was okay in the springtime, had some blossom so I thought...

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lincslass

4 Aug, 2020
Lincslass

August

So we have now moved into August and it seems the year is starting to rattle along...

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daveymad

4 Aug, 2020
Daveymad

Exit from nest!

During my usual evening garden chores, I happened to slowly turn around with camera...

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meadowland

3 Aug, 2020
Meadowland